JettRide

The JettRide is a cross country cycle tour for teens to raise funds and awareness to fight Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.

FAQ

What is the JettRide?

The JettRide is a cycling event that raises awareness of Duchenne muscular dystrophy. The ride varies each year, and in the past it has taken the form of both cross-country and half-country rides, as our cyclists visited families across the country affected by Duchenne. In 2015 the JettRide will be a one day, half century ride (50 miles) for teens and adults of all ages; individuals and teams will ride for those who can’t.

See our About page for more information.

When is the JettRide?

For specific dates this summer, contact michelle@jettfoundation.org

Is the JettRide coming to my town?

During cross-country and half-country rides, our rides love to meet supporters and those affected by Duchenne from all around the country.

Maybe the JettRiders will be near you this summer, check our blog for details. Please contact Michelle at michelle@jettfoundation.org for more information on meeting our riders.

Where can I find out more about the JettRide?

Check out our JettRide blog. It will have regular updates leading up to the ride and daily updates during the ride.

How can my son or daughter become a JettRider? What are the rider requirements?

Riders are teens and adults of all ages who are fit and interested in riding 50 miles in one day. Each riders is encouraged to raise a minimum of $1,000 to support efforts to end Duchenne. All riders are asked to complete our application form, which can be found here.

 

Please contact Michelle at michelle@jettfoundation.org with additional inquiries.